Aggie Muster: The March 1923 Texas Aggie urged, 'If there is an A man in one-hundred miles of you, you are expected to get together, eat a little, and live over the days you spent at the A College of Texas. We've been doing just that ever since.

Aggie Muster: The March 1923 Texas Aggie urged, 'If there is an A man in one-hundred miles of you, you are expected to get together, eat a little, and live over the days you spent at the A College of Texas. We've been doing just that ever since.

at work whenever prospective students ask me to "sell" A & M   to them I have alot to say. But the tradition that makes Texas A & M stand out is the fact that you're always an aggie and when your time comes, whatever time in your life that may be, your aggie family will answer "here" to the call of your name at muster.

at work whenever prospective students ask me to "sell" A & M to them I have alot to say. But the tradition that makes Texas A & M stand out is the fact that you're always an aggie and when your time comes, whatever time in your life that may be, your aggie family will answer "here" to the call of your name at muster.

The Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Building > Awesome. So many things to see, including the ACTUAL flag that flew over the 1946 Aggie Muster on Corregidor. Come over!

The Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Building > Awesome. So many things to see, including the ACTUAL flag that flew over the 1946 Aggie Muster on Corregidor. Come over!

Aggie Muster is one of the greatest current student, and former student, traditions that has endured for more than a century. As Aggie history relates, credit for Muster goes to E. E. McQuillen ’20, who served as the Executive Secretary of The Association of Former Students, whose instructions to former students are long cherished and remembered.  Dr. John R. Hoyle is this year's Aggie muster speaker. #examinercom

Aggie Muster is one of the greatest current student, and former student, traditions that has endured for more than a century. As Aggie history relates, credit for Muster goes to E. E. McQuillen ’20, who served as the Executive Secretary of The Association of Former Students, whose instructions to former students are long cherished and remembered. Dr. John R. Hoyle is this year's Aggie muster speaker. #examinercom

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